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I am, to put it lightly, not a fan of the Tea Party people, and I am someone who believes that comics can maturely and productively address issues relevant to present current events. So you would think a story arc that deals with present day political issues and bashes the Tea Party crew would be right up my ally. But Brubaker's "Two Americas" story arc could not end quicker, as it has just been a horribly on-the-nose look at what would happen if the mentally deranged 1950s Cap joined up with ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Bucky and the Patriot square off at the top of a dam rigged to explode. THE GOOD Brubaker's concludes the "Two Americas" story arc with a nasty showdown between Bucky and "Captain America" (The Patriot) and this definitely has the gravitas you'd hope for to the conclusion of such an arc. There was a good dance between the fight and Bucky's internal monologue regarding his stragety, and I especially liked the complexity of his attitude regarding this impostor. He recognizes that ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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